VantageTrade provides informed decisions on stocks by analyzing trend and offers - Stock Picks, Targets, Intraday Tips, Alerts on Watchlist, Up and Down trend signals on any stock, and Suggestions on Indian & US Stock Markets.
Our Predefined Trend Tracking algorithms analyze stocks in isolation to track the trend and provide users with reliable and informed stock trading decisions.
Our offerings are segregated into three based on the trading pattern of investors:
In this post, you will get to know the details of our offering - Pointer
Pointer is an offering targeted at the investors who are looking for reliable stock trading recommendations with minimal risk and reasonable returns. We at VantageTrade have introduced strategy based picks called Index Picks, where you will not be investing in more than 10 stocks at given point of time. This empowers you to rotate your investment amount among the best performing stocks.
Before following our Index Picks, you need to select a segment that suits your trading pattern & risk appetite and confirm your selection by selecting it under “Alert Settings” Tab. You will start receiving e-mail and SMS alerts on your selected segment whenever there is new update on stock. We take you through whole process of Investing by giving a Buy Call, moving it to the Open Call section during Holding Period and we ask you to exit when there is a Sell Call on the stock and move it to Sell Calls Section and the stock disappears from your segment.
There might be No Calls during volatile markets or down trend markets and you need to wait until our recommendations show up in your selected segment. You can view calls under other segments on the site and add stocks to your Pointer Watchlist from Other segments or From All Calls Section to follow them. You can add up to 50 stocks to your Pointer Watchlist.
You can look at stocks under All Calls when you don’t find any recommendations under your selected segment in Index Picks.
We send out Live Sell calls on the stocks in your Watchlist and Index Picks for your immediate action to book maximum profits and also to save you from falling into losses.
Regular E-mail and SMS alerts are sent on your Watchlist and Index Picks around 2:30 pm every trading day.
Indian Markets ended on a flat note in Friday’s trading session. The markets opened in red on the back of weak global triggers and continuous downtrend in rupee but later improvement in rupee and positive European cues helped markets to pare morning losses. GAIL was the top gainer on Sensex today on the news that the company has signed a natural gas sale and purchase agreement with TurkmenGaz for Turkmen gas shipped via the TAPI pipeline. Metal and Capital Goods led the markets up while FMCG stocks weighed negatively on markets today.
Nifty ended down 1 point today, to close at 4920.4. Sensex ended down 4.48 points, at 16,217.82.
A media report indicated that Goldman Sachs and Bank of America-Merrill Lynch have cut their growth forecasts for India. Their move follows a similar downgrade by Morgan Stanley earlier this week. Goldman Sachs said it was cutting its gross GDP forecast to 6.6% from 7.2% for the current fiscal while Merrill Lynch downgraded its forecast to 6.5% from its earlier estimate of 6.8% for fiscal 2012-13.
U.S. markets ended their first positive week in four with a down day on Friday as investors were unwilling to have long positions during long weekend, with uncertainty still swirling around Europe. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 74.92 points, or 0.60 percent, to 12,454.83 at the close. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index dipped 2.86 points, or 0.22 percent, to 1,317.82. The Nasdaq Composite Index was down 1.85 points, or 0.07 percent, at 2,837.53.
Asian shares opened up today as an opinion poll indicated a win for pro-austerity conservatives in next month's Greek general election, but gains were tempered by concerns about Spain. Japan's Nikkei 225 index was trading 0.02% lower at 8,579.75 and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index was trading higher at 18,706.12, up 0.23%. South Korea’s Kospi index was trading 0.5% higher at 1824.45. China’s Shanghai index was trading at 2329, down 0.1%.
A pullback in rupee, fresh buying by funds and retail investors and a firm trend in the Asian markets led Indian markets up by 0.60% in the opening bell. Sensex was up 109.47 points or 0.67% at 16327.29, and Nifty was up 32.55 points or 0.66% at 4952.95.
Reliance Communications, controlled by billionaire Anil Ambani, said consolidated net profit rose to Rs 3.32 billion for the three months ended March, from Rs 1.68 billion reported in the year-ago quarter.
Sun TV Network fell 1.18% to Rs. 248.10 on BSE after net profit fell 23.7 percent to Rs. 159.03 crore on 7.3 percent decline in net sales.
The PSU oil marketing companies also will be in spotlight as it has been reported that after a sharp hike in petrol prices last week, the government is bracing for a hike in diesel too. Government sources indicate that a diesel price hike in June is unavoidable and that there could be small frequent hikes instead of a Rs 5-7 per litre hike.
3M India, Balrampur Chini, Bharat Forge, Bombay Dyeing, Britannia Inds, Coal India, Indian Hotels, Electrosteel Castings, Engineers India, Mcleod Russel, Oil India, Neyveli Lignite, NMDC and Trent are among the many to announce their results today.
Other Economic and Political News:
- Share of direct tax to touch 12% of GDP: Pranab Mukherjee
- Government mulling private sector corruption law
- High spectrum prices disincentive to investment in India: GSMA
- RIL buyback gains pace; purchases shares worth Rs 1,481 crore
- Airtel to roll out 3G in Rwanda in the next quarter
- Reliance Power synchronizes two units of 2,400 MW Samalkot project
Home finances are expected to be the most notable problem in 2012, after 2011 saw high inflations, slow manufacturing and exports losing momentum. The common Indian investor is looking for stock market tips and stock advice in order to understand the outcome of this policy paralysis. As of now, technical analysis of stocks is helping them but the constant fluctuations in the market are still reason of concern.
Education expenses are on the rise and so is health care. One has to wonder how policies are working their way to help the average man bear the brunt of these expenses. Costs that should have been upped by not more that 10% are seeing rises of more than 15%. EMIs are also on the list of rising costs and even salaries are not rising as much as they used to.
Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee says that the government is committed to economic reforms and has starting making some changes, both on the legislative and administrative levels. He is confident that three key legislations on pension, banking and insurance will be passed in 2012 and will hold positive impacts on the Indian economy.
The absence of fiscal policy tightening and lack of structural reforms to improve the supply side of the economy are making inflation a key concern. Mukherjee has stated that fiscal deficit will be difficult to contain at 4.6% of GDP and the government plans on borrowing more money than it had earlier budgeted. Policy Paralysis is what it is, and it’s time for reform.